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HISTORY 2005 (Set-II Outside Delhi)

Except for the following questions all the remaining questions have been asked in Set I.

PART - A

(MODERN INDIA)

Q. 1. Briefly explain any two main contributions of the Peshwa, Balaji Vishwanath in strengthening the Maratha empire. 2

Q. 2. Mention the two proposals given by Raja Ram Mohan Roy to promote intern- ationalism. 2

Q. 5. What Ii meant by Swadeshi and Boycott movements? Explain any two effects of these movements? 3+2
Or
Explain the meaning of Aligarh movement as understood during the freedom, struggle Explain the significance of the movement. 2+3

Q. 6. Who founded the Satya Shodhak Mandal in Maharashtra? Describe the sign- ificance of the organisation in modern India. 1+4
Or
Describe the nature of political developments preceding the formation of the Indian National Congress, Mention any organisation which can be called as the predecessor of the Congress. 4+1

Q. 7. Explain the meaning of Provincial Autonomy as proposed in the Act of 1935. Explain the Congress attitude to the proposals of the Act of 1935. 8+2
Or
Explain the main contributions of Dr. B. R. Ambedkar in the making of modern India. Mention an organisation found by him. 4+1
PART - B
(CONTEMPORARY WORLD HISTORY)

Q. 13. Why was Russia not a member of the League of Nations? 2

Q. 14. Give one reason why Japan’s attack on the Pearl Harbour was important in World War II. 2

Q. 15. How has genetic engineering helped scientists in the 1980s and 1990s? 2

Q. 16. What is Euro? 2

Q. 18. Mention one main theme of art works of Raja Ravi Verma. 2

Q. 21. Explain the main reasons for the famine in China in 1959. Who led the coun- try during this period? 4+1
Or
Examine the nature of US intervention, in Kampuchea after World War II. In what way did North Vietnam respond to it? 8+2

History 2005 Question Papers Class XII
Delhi Outside Delhi
Indian Colleges Set I Indian Colleges Set I
Indian Colleges Set II Indian Colleges Set II
Indian Colleges Set III Indian Colleges Set III